Citrix PNAgent Version 11 Problems

Posted on 2009-02-15
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I have just installed XenApp onto my server.
I also created a new 'XenApp Services' site which you access using the PNAgent from the Windows taskbar.
However, I cannot log on.  It keeps saying ''Citrix XenApp could not contact the server.  Please check your network connection".
'I tried deleting and re-creating the site, which did not work.  I then tried creating a "XenApp web site" which I can access no problems".
My IIS server is running OK.
Any ideas?
Question by:evansjam

    Author Comment

    Oops, I did not mean to put this into the AD forum too.
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    by:Carl Webster
    I have created many XenApp Services sites and have had zero problems using the V11 client.  What are you entering for the URL?

    Author Comment

    Hi Carl.
    I am entering this:


    bie is my domain name by the way
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    Author Closing Comment

    Carl, your a star.  Thank you

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